Q: What forms do I file if R didnt make paymnts to P as order on stipulation?
4/14/18 DVRO/Stipulation -ordered R' to make paymnts directly to P' every 15th of month for support. 2 month payments were received with memo "Support". 8/14/18 We reconciled, during this time R' would transfer funds to my account for household, food, etc. none of these transactions memo specify "Support" they are blank. During separation R' filed for Divorce. R'never filed to dismissed divorce as I was told. 9/2019 Divorce went into default and judgement. 11/8/19 R' had me arrested on false allegations for DV. 11/13/19 DA rej my case, no charges were filed due to insuffcient evidence. R's intentions were never to reconciled but to remove me from our home and gain custody, possession of home and upper hand in divorce. 12/15/2019 New Stipulation order was signed to which I was against, but did based on my attorneys advised. Each stipulation is under different case #. What case # do I enter and does this fall into contempt?
A: MORE INFO NEEDED.
ADVICE FROM AN ATTORNEY IS ONLY AS GOOD AS THE INFO REC'D.
IF YOU HAD A LAWYER, THAT IS THE PERSON TO WHOM YOU SHOULD POSE THE QUESTION.
S/HE HAS ALL THE INFO ON THE CASE AND ANY LAWYER ANSWERING HEREIN, I WOULD NOT TRUST OVER THAT OF MY INFORMED LAWYER.
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